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The Trump Administration on Thursday issued its first higher education-related Executive Order (EO) on the topics of campus free speech, accountability, and transparency. The EO puts a plan in place to require institutions to support free speech in order to receive federal research dollars, and requires additional College Scorecard data, including program-level outcome data.

NASFAA UPDATES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

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NASFAA staff and elected officers are busy visiting state and regional associations in the coming months! In April, NASFAA 2018-19 National Chair Lori Vedder will speak at the IASFAA Conference in Johnston, IA, and NASFAA's Director of Policy Analysis Karen McCarthy will speak at the at the 2019 OASFAA Conference in Tulsa, OK. Assistant Director of Federal Relations Stephen Payne will be speaking in Washington, DC at the DE-DC-MD ASFAA Spring Training in the middle of the month, and NASFAA's Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy Megan Coval will speak at the SDASFAA Spring Conference in Deadwood, SD. Head to the Events Calendar to see what's on tap for the rest of April and the coming months.

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FEDERAL REGISTER

In this notification, the Department of Education announces changes to the meeting times for the third session of the Accreditation and Innovation Committee's negotiated rulemaking and the addition of a fourth session of negotiations.

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